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  • The University of New Brunswick | Education - Academia.edu
    language plays in the learning teaching and doing of mathematics is increasingly recognized but there is not agreement about what this role or these roles might be or even about what the term language itself encompasses In this issue of ZDM we have compiled a collection of scholarship on language in mathematics education research representing a range of approaches to the topic In this introduction we outline a categorisation of ways of conceiving of language and its relevance to mathematics education the theoretical resources drawn upon to systematise these conceptions and the methodological approaches employed by researchers We will also identify some outstanding issues and questions and suggest some ways of building upon the diversity in order to strengthen the coherence of the field and the utility of its outcomes Bookmark Download by Tracy Craig and 2 Candia Morgan David Wagner 2 Languages and Linguistics Mathematics Education Identifying authority structures in mathematics classroom discourse a case of a teacher s early experience in a new context Bookmark Download by Beth Herbel Eisenmann and 1 David Wagner A FRAMEWORK FOR UNCOVERING THE WAY A TEXTBOOK MAY POSITION THE MATHEMATICS LEARNER Bookmark Download by Beth Herbel Eisenmann and 1 David Wagner Re mythologizing mathematics through attention to classroom positioning Bookmark Download by Beth Herbel Eisenmann and 1 David Wagner Discussion group on mathematics classroom discourse Bookmark Download by David Wagner 2 Mathematics Education Theoretical Framework WORKING GROUP WORKING GROUP ON MATHEMATICS CLASSROOM DISCOURSE Bookmark Download by David Wagner In the middle of nowhere How a textbook can position the mathematics learner 2005 In Chick HL Vincent JL Eds Proceedings of the 29th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education Vol 3 pp 121 128 Melbourne PME 3 121 IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE HOW A TEXTBOOK CAN more

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Education - Academia.edu
    been responsible for the names and meanings of the constellations and associated stars Bookmark Download by Stephen Tranquilla 3 The Ancient Meaning of Star Names The Origin of the Constellations Scientifically Dating the Constellations The Origin of the Constellations Bookmark Download by Stephen Tranquilla 3 The Ancient Meaning of Star Names The Origin of the Constellations Scientifically Dating the Constellations Scientifically Dating the Constellations Bookmark Download by Stephen Tranquilla Scientifically

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  • Kelly Humber | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Kelly and 36 757 373 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you

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  • Kevin Englehart | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    org Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Classification of the myoelectric signal using time frequency based representations more by Kevin Englehart Publication Date 1999 Publication Name Medical Engineering Physics Upload File View on sciencedirect com Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Time frequency based classification of the myoelectric signal static vs dynamic contractions more by Kevin Englehart Publication Date 2000 Upload File View on ee unb ca Bookmark Edit Delete Move section A robust real time control scheme for multifunction myoelectric control more by Kevin Englehart Publication Date 2003 Publication Name IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering Upload File View on ieeexplore ieee org Bookmark Edit Delete Move section A training strategy to reduce classification degradation due to electrode displacements in pattern recognition based myoelectric control more by Kevin Englehart Publication Date 2008 Publication Name Biomedical Signal Processing and Control Upload File View on sciencedirect com Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Nonlinear adaptive filtering of stimulus artifact more by Kevin Englehart Publication Date 2000 Publication Name IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering Upload File View on ieeexplore ieee org Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Time frequency representation for classification of the transient myoelectric signal more by Kevin Englehart Publication Date 1998 Upload File View on ee unb ca Bookmark Edit Delete Move section A MICROPROCESSOR BASED MULTIFUNCTION MYOELECTRIC CONTROL SYSTEM more by Kevin Englehart Publication Date 1997 Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section A robust real time control scheme for multifunction myoelectric control more by Kevin Englehart Publication Date 2003 Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Enhanced EMG signal processing for simultaneous and proportional myoelectric control more by Kevin Englehart A new signal processing scheme is presented for extracting neural control information from the multi channel surface electromyographic signal sEMG The extracted information can be used to proportionally control a multi degree of more A new signal processing scheme is presented for extracting neural control information from the multi channel surface electromyographic signal sEMG The extracted information can be used to proportionally control a multi degree of freedom DOF prosthesis Four time domain TD features were extracted from the multi channel sEMG during a series of anisotonic isometric wrist contractions which involved simultaneous activations of the three DOF of the wrist The forces produced at the three wrist DOFs during these contractions were also collected using a customized force sensor The extracted features and the recorded force signals as input target pairs were then used to train a multilayer perceptron MLP neural network A five fold cross validation training testing method was applied The resulting performance is a significant improvement over a previously proposed sEMG processing method for the proportional multi DOF myoelectric control task Publication Date 2009 Upload File View on ieeexplore ieee org Bookmark Edit Delete Move section A wavelet based continuous classification scheme for multifunction myoelectric control more by Kevin Englehart Publication Date 2001 Publication Name IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering Upload File View on ieeexplore ieee org Bookmark Edit Delete Move section A Wavelet Based Continuous Classification Scheme

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  • Erik Scheme | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    and Image Processing Pattern Recognition Machine learning Feature Extraction and Classification of Biomedical signals Brain Machine Interface BMI and Computational Neuroscience edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Erik and 36 757 373 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or

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  • ashraf ul haque | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    network more by ashraf ul haque This paper proposes a new technique of designing 2 D recursive digital filters starting from a doubly terminated analog bridged T network This network contains inductive and capacitive reactance elements in s1 and s2 domains The more This paper proposes a new technique of designing 2 D recursive digital filters starting from a doubly terminated analog bridged T network This network contains inductive and capacitive reactance elements in s1 and s2 domains The different possibilities are examined When compared with the fourth order Butterworth polynomial only three possibilities exist and the corresponding impedances are obtained Starting with such an analog bridged T network 2 D filters are obtained through the application of double generalized bilinear transformations with the coefficients in the specified ranges to ensure stability Different filter outputs can be obtained depending on the starting network and the coefficients of the generalized bilinear transformations Publication Date Jan 1 2005 Publication Name Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Upload File View on ieeexplore ieee org Bookmark Edit Delete Move section author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join ashraf ul and 36 757 373 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log

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  • JAMES H TAYLOR | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    more by JAMES H TAYLOR Research Interests Statistical Analysis Nonlinear Systems Accuracy Sensitivity and Monte Carlo Method Download pdf Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Statistical analysis of environment Canada s wind speed data more by JAMES H TAYLOR and Someshwar Singh Publication Date 2012 Publication Name 2012 25th IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering CCECE Download pdf Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Using galaxy to perform large scale interactive data analyses more by JAMES H TAYLOR While most experimental biologists know where to download genomic data few have a concrete plan on how to analyze it This situation can be corrected by 1 providing unified portals serving genomic data and 2 building Web more While most experimental biologists know where to download genomic data few have a concrete plan on how to analyze it This situation can be corrected by 1 providing unified portals serving genomic data and 2 building Web applications to allow flexible retrieval and on the fly analyses of the data Powerful resources such as the UCSC Genome Browser already address the first issue The second issue however remains open For example how to find human protein coding exons with the highest density of single nucleotide polymorphisms SNPs and extract orthologous sequences from all sequenced mammals Indeed one can access all relevant data from the UCSC Genome Browser But once the data is downloaded how would one deal with millions of SNPs and gigabytes of alignments Galaxy http g2 bx psu edu is designed specifically for that purpose It amplifies the strengths of existing resources such as UCSC Genome Browser by allowing the user to access and most importantly analyz Publication Date 2007 Publication Name Current protocols in bioinformatics editoral board Andreas D Baxevanis et al Research Interests Algorithms Computer Graphics Comparative Genomics DNA Software and 4 more Sequence alignment Web Application Computer User Interface Design and Base Sequence Sequence alignment Web Application Computer User Interface Design and Base Sequence Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section How to consume linked data on the web more by JAMES H TAYLOR Publication Date 2010 Publication Name Proceedings of the 19th international conference on World wide web WWW 10 Research Interests Linked Data Web of Data and Semantic Web Download pdf Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Pleistocene Hydrology of Nantucket Island Massachusetts more by JAMES H TAYLOR Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Repair of mismatched basepairs in mammalian DNA more by JAMES H TAYLOR We have concentrated on three specific areas of our research plan Our greatest emphasis is on the role of single strand nicks in influencing template strand selection in mismatch repair We have found that the ability of a nick in one more We have concentrated on three specific areas of our research plan Our greatest emphasis is on the role of single strand nicks in influencing template strand selection in mismatch repair We have found that the ability of a nick in one strand to influence which strand is repaired is not a simple function of distance from the mismatched site but rather that an hot spot where a nick is more likely to have an influence can exist The second line was production of single genotype heteroduplexes in order to examine independently the repair of T G and A C mispairs within the same sequence context as in our mixed mispair preparations We have shown preparations of supercoiled heteroduplex can be prepared that were exclusively T G or exclusively A C at the mispair site The third effort has been to understand the difference in repair bias of different cell lines or different transfection conditions as it may relate to different repair systems in the cell We have identified some of the sou Publication Date 1991 Research Interests Cell Cycle and Hot Spot Upload File View on osti gov Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Genomic approaches towards finding cis regulatory modules in animals more by JAMES H TAYLOR Differential gene expression is the fundamental mechanism underlying animal development and cell differentiation However it is a challenge to identify comprehensively and accurately the DNA sequences that are required to regulate gene more Differential gene expression is the fundamental mechanism underlying animal development and cell differentiation However it is a challenge to identify comprehensively and accurately the DNA sequences that are required to regulate gene expression namely cis regulatory modules CRMs Three major features either singly or in combination are used to predict CRMs clusters of transcription factor binding site motifs non coding DNA that is under evolutionary constraint and biochemical marks associated with CRMs such as histone modifications and protein occupancy The validation rates for predictions indicate that identifying diagnostic biochemical marks is the most reliable method and understanding is enhanced by the analysis of motifs and conservation patterns within those predicted CRMs Publication Date 2012 Publication Name Nature Reviews Genetics Research Interests Genetics Genomics Animals Chromatin Immunoprecipitation and Gene Expression Regulation Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Intraoperative embolization with poloxamer 407 during surgical resection of a carotid body tumor more by JAMES H TAYLOR Surgical excision is the preferred definitive treatment for carotid body tumors although postoperative morbidity rate as quoted in the literature is rather high Morbidity includes cranial nerve dysfunction stroke and the majority more Surgical excision is the preferred definitive treatment for carotid body tumors although postoperative morbidity rate as quoted in the literature is rather high Morbidity includes cranial nerve dysfunction stroke and the majority severe blood loss Embolization of the feeding branches of the external carotid artery can be performed a few days prior to surgery with the intention to decrease blood loss during operation facilitate surgical resection and reduce operating time and morbidity The special risk of embolization is migration into the intracranial circulation Poloxamer 407 a reverse thermal polymer is a nontoxic compound that is a viscous liquid at room temperatures but instantly changes to a firm water soluble gel when warmed to body temperature It dissolves spontaneously or can be

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  • AboHodyfa Elbakush | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join AboHodyfa and 36 757 382 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll

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